I Dream of Peace: Images of War by Children of Former Yugoslavia

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UNICEF, 1994 - Social Science - 79 pages
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'When I close my eyes, I dream of peace.', said 14 year old Aleksandar, just after enduring a dressing change of the terrible burn wounds he suffered from a Molotov cocktail explosion. His words became the title of this book, which presents the thoughts & paintings of children in the former Yugoslavia, as they deal with war related psychological trauma. The material was gathered by UNICEF during its work in the former Yugoslavia.

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Art and words from the youngest victims of a war in which ``harming children has become a strategy'' (according to an introduction by UNICEF's executive director), created during therapy and ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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